more about things
since childhood, we're taught that nouns refer to people, places, and things.
now let's consider the idea that it's possible to think of places as things (not too hard), and—though it may seem slightly disrespectful—it should be clear that people, in a broad sense, could be thought of as things as well.
now for another small leap.
so, we see how the premise for this exhibition is quite plausible—that the world truly does consist of nothing but things.
as a little test, try now, with the expanded definition of things in mind, to think of anything that's not a thing. you can't.
so here's a working definition to consider: whatever can be defined, described, or somehow represented, is a thing.
keep this in mind as you go about your daily life.